The cost of living in Rhode Island (RI) is higher than the nationwide average. The average yearly pay in Rhode Island is $47,732.00, which is lower than the U.S. average annual salary by $2,076.00.
The consumer price index (CPI) of 228 in Rhode Island is 1.79% higher than the U.S. city average CPI of 224.
This is calculated by averaging the information about the major
metropolitan areas of the state and not by taking the state cost
of living information directly. The factors in the calculation
include the average Rhode Island annual salary, Rhode Island
tax rates and the regional Rhode Island consumer price index.